Beetlejuice is a darkly comedic fantasy film directed by Tim Burton. Released in 1988, the movie follows the recently deceased couple, Adam and Barbara Maitland, who find themselves trapped in their own home as ghosts. When a new family moves in, the Maitlands attempt to scare them away, but their efforts inadvertently summon the mischievous and crude bio-exorcist, Beetlejuice.

As the Maitlands navigate the afterlife and attempt to coexist with the living, Beetlejuice seizes the opportunity to wreak havoc and chaos. The film explores themes of the afterlife, the supernatural, and the absurd, all while maintaining Tim Burton's signature blend of macabre humor and whimsical visuals. With standout performances by Michael Keaton as the enigmatic Beetlejuice and a stellar supporting cast, the movie has become a cult classic, celebrated for its unique blend of dark humor and imaginative storytelling.